• A lovely spring day, SUNDAY, MARCH 29, from 10 am to 3 pm!
• Free Family Fun! Interactive displays, workshops and crafts.
• Vendors selling spring garden-ready native plants and honey.
• Grilled lunches will be available for purchase. (burger or dog, chips, cookies, canned soda $7)
• A fantastic raffle with amazing prizes from our vendors and supporters as well as a 2 night-stay at our lovely rental cottage! Tickets $5 each or 5 for $20.
Call or email our Caretaker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-465-7645!
Stardance Event Center is an incredibly beautiful setting for any fantastic event and this year, the center will provide the perfect venue for a spring fund raiser. Sanctuary Cove and Stardance Event Center are Scenic Drive neighbors and both organizations are dedicated to preserving the beauty of this stunning location. The generous owners of The Stardance Event Center have donated the use of their spectacular space in order to make this fund raiser a success for Sanctuary Cove
ASDM's is recruiting YOUR help to Save Saguaros by Beating Bach BUFFELGRASS!
If you are interested in contributing your time and energy to buffelgrass control, there are a variety of ways in which you can get involved and help.
Tucson Wildlife Center provide a fun activity for kids to make a bat to take home with them. They will also show the ways that their volunteers take care of wildlife that have been injured and need rehabilitation and treatment before being released back into the wild.
Create your own "Habitat at Home" to add beauty and pollinator refuges right in your own garden! The Sunflower Warbler Supporters will also be offering an easy demo on how to build a Lucy's Warbler nesting box and encourage these vanishing songbirds to live and nest in your yard.
The Natural Resource Division of NRPR will bring an interactive trailer display that provides tips and tools for everyone in our community to live in harmony with our desert animals and ecosystem.
Borderlands Restoration Network will offer a selection of locally sourced native species including milkweed which is crucial for Monarch Butterfly survival, agave for bats and bee-friendly plants as well.
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service is an agency of the US federal government within the US Department of the Interior dedicated to the management of fish, wildlife, and natural habitats.
Members of our Support Group, Friends of Sanctuary Cove, will help kids paint on river rocks for a memorable reminder of how they are connected to the natural world. Acrylic paints will be used to depict a bird, bee or bat on a keepsake rock to take home.
One-pound jars of the most delicious local honey will be available for purchase.
Odaiko Sonora, Tucson's Taiko Troupe, will present a workshop for kids.
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